Monday, April 30, 2012

TUSD Would Like to Ask You a Few Questions

Posted By on Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 2:58 PM

Only 4,000 characters? Thats going to be tough.
  • Only 4,000 characters? That's going to be tough.

There are plenty of political bodies and organizations that end up being punching bags around Tucson, but I don't think anything that absorbs the same amount of ire as the Tucson Unified School District, fairly and unfairly. However, TUSD is at least paying lip service to the idea of change, so like any good bureaucracy, at TUSD, that process needs to include a seemingly pointless community survey, complete with jargon-filled platitudes like "communication that produces a culture of mutual respect and trust that honors the professionalism and expertise of staff" and "clear and consistent communication with all stakeholders."

Have at it, stakeholders.

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